An art show at
Opening April 15
A 10-year-old's birthday party, a couple's embrace, a woman's toil in domesticity, life on the street in Delhi—all are expressions of the everyday, the commonplace, and the holidays that can be found in the images that capture them.
Photographers Elizabeth Streight and Sarah Hearld invite you to explore two very different worlds and the correlations between them in photographs that range from affectionate portraits to psychologically challenging images.
Mothers and Daughters by Sarah Hearld
This traveling exhibition will make its second stop April 15-May 15 at
Hearld will show photographs of street children and the humanity of the streets themselves in
Holy Mother by Elizabeth Streight
Streight, a student in Trevecca’s graduate psychology program, explores her own immediate American environment in her photography, capturing our needs for human connection as well as the universal sweetness, sanctuary, and joys of daily life.
Nashville-based photographers Elizabeth Streight and Sarah Hearld are pleased to present their exhibition at Trevecca’s Waggoner Library, April 15-May 15. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, April 15, from 4:00-5:00 PM.
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Price: Free admission